A British footballer, James Ward-Prowse is currently playing for England's national team and Southampton as the midfielder. The professional footballer has represented his team in England U-17, U-19, U-20, and U-21. And he also plays for the national football team of England.
Currently, James Ward Prowse has an estimated net worth of over $1.5 million, mostly earned through his football career. Furthermore, he is already married and he has a son named Oscar.
James Ward Prowse has an estimated net worth of over $1.5 million. Prowse's market value is €35 million, as reported by Transfermrkt.
Additionally, he receives £100,000 as a weekly wage from his current club. His yearly salary is reported to be £5,200,000. Prowse earns a good sum of money from his product endorsement “Adidas”.
Besides, he owns an apartment in Portsmouth, United Kingdom. Along with this, he is involved in BT Sport’s Charitable initiative The Supports Club.
Moving into his love life, Prowse is already married and has a loving wife named Olivia. The loving duo has been sharing the relationship of a husband and a wife for a long time. However, they have not given much info about their love life.
Due to this, the details of their wedding also remain under review. Besides that, Prowse and his wife have already started a family of their own. In 2018, Prowse and his partner became parents for the first time after welcoming a child named Oscar.
James Ward-Prowse was born James Michael Edward Ward-Prowse on November 1, 1994, in Portsmouth, England. He was born to his father, John Ward-Prowse, a lawyer, and mother, Jackie Ward-Prowse, and grew up with his sister, Emma Turner, diagnosed with the hair-loss disease when she was 16.
Regarding his nationality, Prowse belongs to the white ethnicity and holds an English nationality.
Prowse has had a keen interest in football since his tender age. At the age of eight, Ward-Prowse joined the youth team of Southampton in 2003 and gave his appearance for the Under-18 team during the 2010-11 season.
After eight years in the junior team, Prowse was called up to the senior team in October 2011 and made his debut in the League Cup against Crystal Palace. Later, he signed his first professional contract with the team in May 2012.
Prowse signed a new six-year deal with the team which kept him on the team until 2022. Prowse was disqualified after getting a red card for a foul on Sunderland’s Jermain Defoe on May 2, 2015.
Prowse stills play with the club since 2003 as a midfielder. Moreover, he has already played in more than 300 games and also scored over 40 goals.
James Ward-Prowse has represented his team at the senior and junior levels. He has represented his team in U-17, U-19, U-20, and U-21. After spending seven years in the junior team he was called up to England national team and made his professional debut against Germany in March 2017.